I'm sorry to read the last reviewer's comment, as I don't feel it represents pinkEpromise, the website, nor the women who are behind the business. I've ordered quite a few pieces of beautiful jewelry from the site & am always receiving compliments! Perhaps the reviewer received an unfortunate "odd-ball" piece-I'm sure if she/he contacted the owners of the site, Mimi or Blair, they would have gladly replaced the item or offered a refund.
I'm on their site once or twice a week, browsing through their "daily deals" as well as here, getting a coupon code through BradsDeals. Today I purchased their Butterfly necklace & the Whimsical silver cuff bracelet. One is for a girlfriend who was just recently diagnosed with cancer. One of the reasons I support pinkEpromise is their mission - a % of sales goes to "The Healing Consciousness Foundation, which helps women feel better while receiving treatment for cancer, providing spiritual, mental, physical, and emotional support to courageous women."
It seems I am in the minority but I am really not happy with this merchant. The jewelry I received was complete junk. I thought I was getting a pretty good deal with two necklaces for just over $20, but when I got them I was very disappointed. If I had seen them in person I would not have paid a dollar for them. They looked like an extremely cheap knock-off of the actual jewelry they showed in the picture - they were supposed to be plated but it looked like someone had tried to paint cheap metal with metallic paint and missed a bunch of spots and some places were rough and some were dull, almost like someone had touched it while the paint was still tacky! I had planned on keeping one for myself and giving one as a gift for a close friend because the design really was cute, but I'd be mortified to give one of these to anyone or to wear it myself. I really wanted to like these because I like that their business supports a cause, but I couldn't believe how awful these were.
Posted by Rebecca Lehmann on Friday, Apr 18, at 4:13 PM
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